Study offers more proof that pets do humans good

05/21/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

A recent study indicated that people reduced their stress-hormone levels and felt more relaxed after interacting with their dogs. The study also found that people showed the same response when interacting with unfamiliar dogs. The finding may provide insight into animal-assisted treatments.

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